https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/47417775 Korean K-Pop superstars BTS have sold out Wembley stadium in just 90 minutes as part of their first world wide tour. But within minutes of their release, tickets appeared on ticket re-sale sites for much higher prices. On re-sale site, Stubhub, for example, there are tickets on sale for over £3000. That's despite the original cost of the tickets being between £50-175, with special sound-check packages setting fans back just over £200. Now I don't imagine there are many ST members who are fans of Korean boy-band BTS, but doesn't this just show how the live concert market has been destroyed by the greed of the ticket agencies? This is a group whose target market is teenagers, especially teenage girls. Even £175 would be a lot for most of them (or their parents) to find, but £3000? In a recent thread on here, one ST member suggested that if he ruled the world, he would cut the hands off shoplifters. If that is acceptable, perhaps we should have a poll attached to this thread? A poll to determine which body part we would surgically remove from the people responsible for this abuse of market position?